2018 Volume 6 - China Development Institute
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Private Enterprises Incorporated Into SOE Operation Mechanism: an Unfavorable Trend

In recent years, state-owned enterprises have become less energetic. New regulations set up in the national anti-corruption campaign have put SOEs under more rigorous supervision, resulting in slower decision-making process and less capacity for risks. Thus the government shall consider how to further develop the private economy. The next round of economic growth needs to be underpinned by independent innovation, which inevitably comes with huge risks. Compared to SOEs, the private sector is energetic and more willing to take risks. A risk-taking spirit coupled with a good decision-making mechanism is prerequisites for fully realizing independent innovation and market flexibility to inject vigor into economic development. Read more

Events >

Belt and Road Summit: From Vision to Action

At present, global economy is facing with great uncertainty and challenge while the intense trade protectionism and friction has seriously affected the development of international economic and trade relations. With the advance of the Belt and Road Initiative, Chinese investment experiences challenges while promoting European connectivity, economic growth and China-EU cooperation. The Summit focuses on how to promote economic connection and cooperation among Eurasian countries under the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative in current world situation. Read more

China-U.S. Economic Relations: A Mixture of Challenges and Cooperation

China-US trade frictions have brought negative impact on the bilateral trade and economic relations and also created uncertainties for the world economy. What are the causes for China-US trade frictions? What is the impact on the China-US trade frictions? What can be done to promote the China-US economic relations to move from competition to collaboration? Read more

On Bay Area in China and US

CDI and Bay Area Council co-organized the dialogue between the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area and San Francisco Bay Area which discussed the potential cooperation fields for the two bay areas. Read more

On China-Japan Cooperation for Win-Win Benefits

2018 is a year of uncertainties and challenges. The global economic orders have been challenged by protectionism and unilateralism. What impact does the US-China trade tension have on Chinese economy and the world economy? What experience can China learn from Japan-US trade frictions? How can China and Japan enhance their cooperation to address global economic uncertainties? What experience can China learn from Japan to promote its industrial upgrading and scientific innovation? Read more

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New Economy: Stronger Driver for Shenzhen's Economy Development

If completed, the Regional Cooperation Economic Partnership (RCEP) will create the world's largest free trade area, covering almost half of the world’s population and contributing about 30 per cent of global GDP. The Ministers from the 16 RCEP participating countries reaffirmed their resolve to meet the Leaders’ instruction to intensify efforts in 2018 towards the conclusion. The 11 remaining countries in the Tans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) have forged ahead with a new deal without the United States. What does this mean to the RCEP? Should the RCEP still move on? What should be done to push forward the RCEP? What are the differences between the RCEP and the TPP? Read more


Based in Shenzhen and founded in 1989, China Development Institute (CDI) is a non-governmental think tank that develops solutions to public policy challenges through broad-scope and in-depth research to help advance China's reform and opening-up. Based on rigorous research and objective analysis, CDI is committed to providing prospective, innovative and pragmatic reports for governments at different levels in China and corporations at home and abroad. In December 2015, CDI was designated as one of top 25 national leading think tanks in a pilot project of central government which is aimed at promoting the building of new-type of think tanks with Chinese characteristics.
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